Staff recruitment evening at Gloucestershire’s newest learning centre7th March 2017
The new £30million Gloucestershire Science and Technology Park will be hosting a staff recruitment evening for SGS Berkeley GREEN University Technical College (UTC), Wednesday March 15.
The staff recruitment evening will run from 6:00pm – 7:30pm. The UTC, which opens September 2017, is looking for staff with exceptional drive and determination and has a passion for education and the ability to link learning to the real world.
Teachers and lecturers are need for Engineering and DT, Geography, PE, Digital technologies (cyber security knowledge is an advantage), Science (especially Chemistry), English and Maths.There will be senior roles available for the Head of Maths Faculty, Head of IT/Computing Faculty and Assistant Principal. There will also be vacancies for non-teaching positions such as technicians and support staff.
SGS Berkeley Green UTC is set to provide specialist high quality vocational and academic education for learners with a strong interest in Advanced Manufacturing and Digital Technologies including Cyber Security. The UTC is committed to developing students into the Engineers and Digital Technologists of tomorrow by working closely with employer partners to develop an exciting and industry relevant curriculum.
Interim Principal of SGS Berkeley UTC, Andrew Keenan, comments: “If you support our vision and are committed, flexible and innovative in your approach to education then we would love to meet you. Come and join us on our journey!”
People interested in any of the positions at SGS Berkeley GREEN UTC can attend the information evening on 15 March 2017 at 6:00pm - 7:30pm. The closing date for applications is Monday 27 March 2017 at 9am.
For further information or to reserve a place click here.
Did you know: The Gloucestershire Renewable Energy, Engineering and Nuclear skills centre is part financed by the Gloucestershire Growth Deal 2015 to 2021.
GFirst LEP is delivering the Strategic Economic Plan for Gloucestershire through the Gloucestershire Growth Deal; an investment of £77.5 million for the county and part of a £12 billion long-term Government programme to revitalise local economies. For more information visit www.gfirstlep.com.